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High Street, Chapmanslade, Westbury £290,000

Sold STC
  • The Old Loom House, 78 High Street
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • A view of the charming Sitting Room
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • The Shower Room
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • The Dining Room
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • The Kitchen
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • The Landing
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • Bedroom One
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • Bedroom Two
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • Bedroom Three
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • The Courtyard Garden
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • A reconstruction of the property shown as Les Cook
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • Another view of the Courtyard Garden
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • A view of the Village Church
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • A view of the Village School
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • The Old Loom House Floorplan
    High Street Chapmanslade
  • Energy Efficiency Rating
    High Street Chapmanslade

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  • Imaginatively converted Delightful Home
  • Pretty Wiltshire Village Location
  • Dating from the early 19th Century
  • Downstairs Shower Room
  • Charming Sitting Room
  • Dining Room, Kitchen
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Private Walled Courtyard-style Garden
  • Electric Heating
  • Bespoke Double Glazed Cottage Windows

Hall, Downstairs Shower Room, Charming Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, First Floor Landing & 3 Bedrooms, Private Walled Courtyard-style Garden, Electric Heating & Bespoke Double Glazed Cottage Windows. A former Loom House dating from the early 19th Century more recently Imaginatively converted into a Delightful Home in the High Street of this Pretty Wiltshire Village.



is a former Loom House believed to have been built by John Taunton in 1828 on the site of an old house and research indicates it was originally three-storey and had floors that could hold the weight of 2 broadlooms however the photo below shows it later when it served as Les Cooke’s engineering works. In 1984 the property was imaginatively converted to create a charming easily run home with brick and stone elevations under a slate roof featuring bespoke cottage-style double glazed windows whilst the accommodation benefits Electric heating. Cottages of this type are ideal for someone seeking a quirky home in a highly regarded village, hence the Agents recommend an early accompanied internal inspection to avoid disappointment.


Chapmanslade is a friendly and welcoming village surrounded by undulating farmland on the Wiltshire/Somerset borders. History indicates the village itself has existed as least since the 11th century and has no less than 22 listed buildings, many of which were associated with clothiers and the wool industry. Two such being The Old Loom House and Dye House - the latter was mentioned in the Doomsday Book. There are plenty of clubs and activities if you are new to the area together with a village pub The Three Horseshoes, a nearby Primary School and Pre-School - rated Good by Ofsted, and the Victorian Church of St Philip & St James, whilst the surrounding countryside has much to offer keen ramblers and cyclists alike. The bustling town of Warminster has 3 supermarkets including a Waitrose store and a wide range of other amenities which include a theatre and library, hospital and clinics and a railway station with regular rail services to Salisbury, and then direct to London Waterloo, and to Bath with a direct line on to South Wales. Frome is also handy with equally good facilities whilst Westbury, Trowbridge, Bath and Salisbury are all within a comfortable driving distance as are the various Salisbury Plain military bases. The A36, A350 and A303 trunk routes provide swift road communications throughout the West Country and further afield to London via the A303/M3. Bristol, Bournemouth and Southampton airports are each just over an hour by road.


Porch Entrance

with quarry tiled flooring, seat and door leading into:


having Electric panel heater, understairs storage and staircase to First Floor.

Downstairs Shower Room

having White suite comprising tiled shower enclosure with thermostatic shower controls, pedestal hand basin, low level W.C., extractor fan and towel heater.

Charming Sitting Room - 13' 6'' and x 11' 0'' (4.11m x 3.35m)

having T.V. aerial point, decorative recesses, Electric panel heater and wide opening with exposed beam leading into the Dining Room.

Dining Room - 8' 10'' x 7' 0'' (2.69m x 2.13m)

having space for dining table & chairs, Oak flooring and double glazed double doors leading into Courtyard Garden.

Kitchen - 11' 1'' x 6' 9'' (3.38m x 2.06m)

having postformed worksurfaces, deep China sink, ample drawer and cupboard space, matching overhead cupboards, built-in Electric oven and Ceramic hob with filter hood above, recess for fridge/freezer and ceramic tiled flooring.

First Floor

Landing with exposed floorboards, shelved storage space and large map of the world.

Bedroom One - 11' 3'' x 8' 4'' (3.43m x 2.54m)

enjoying dual aspects, exposed structural beam, shelving and Electric panel heater.

Bedroom Two - 13' 8'' max x 5' 8'' (4.16m x 1.73m)

having painted floorboards.

Bedroom Three - 11' 5'' x 7' 0'' (3.48m x 2.13m)

currently being used as an Office with fitted desking, electrical fusegear, access hatch to loft and shelved linen cupboard housing hot water cylinder with twin immersion heaters fitted.



The property has an Off-Road parking space for a car.

The Courtyard Garden

The South-Easterly facing Garden is laid out as a private walled courtyard with gated entrance and is mainly laid to paving, raised borders and a water feature and offers great scope for the seasonal display of pots and planters. However there is also potential for part to provide Off Street Parking if required.


We understand Mains Water, Drainage and Electricity are connected to the property.


Freehold with vacant possession.

Rating Band




The black and white photograph is shown courtesy of “A History of Chapmanslade” and published by Chapmanslade History Group



By prior appointment through DAVIS & LATCHAM, 43 Market Place, Warminster, Wiltshire BA12 9AZ. Tel: Warminster 01985 846985 Fax: Warminster 01985 847985 Website - E-mail -


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Floorplans (Click to Enlarge)

High Street Chapmanslade
Westbury BA13 4AN
County: Wiltshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: DL0135
Hannah Davis
Davis & Latcham